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Picking the right competitive exam

After 10th   |  15-Jun-2016

By Aurelius

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Ever noticed students with potential underperforming in competitive exams?

Much focus is directed towards the preparation part of competitive exams but we tend to take the decision of which competitive exam to prepare for very lightly. Setting our goals right is the first step towards success at anything and this makes all the difference when it comes to the performance of students in their competitive exams.


Tips for Competitive exams


When compared to board exams the nice thing about competitive exams is that you have a choice! A choice to pick something that is most suitable for you. Following what’s popular with your friends circle may not go well with your aspirations and your strengths. For example doing really well in CET is a lot better than struggling with JEE Advanced and thinking that you’ve bitten off more than you could chew. So it makes sense to take time out and give this question some thought.

You can take a look at the board exam syllabus, material and question banks using our free app dPAL. This will give you a glimpse into what it is that you would be dealing with. Make a choice without giving into any kind of pressure and it will serve you well.

Ashish Roy20-Jul-2016

I recently visit a website. It is a very useful website for competitive exam preparation tips. 

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